Computex, Asia's premier tech trade show, is regarded as the second largest such show in the world, behind CeBIT Germany. This year was supposed to be a tad subdued, owing to the global economic slump and fears surrounding the H1N1 virus (or swine flu). Nevertheless, 100,000 attendees are browsing 4600 booths in the mammoth Taipei World Trade Center and Nangang Exhibition Hall (pictured).
Developments surrounding Windows 7, laptop processors, and Google Android dominated news on the first day of the conference, which runs from June 2 to June 6. Read on for the latest.
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